UM-Dearborn researcher Anda Botoseneanu is digging into whether combinations of common conditions like diabetes, heart disease and depression could leave people vulnerable to dementia later in life.
A partnership between Delray residents, community leaders, University of Michigan researchers and students could be a template for advancing campaigns for environmental justice.
A major healthcare provider in the area gets a chance to scout emerging UM-Dearborn talent. Health and Human Services students score a rare paid internship experience. We’re calling this one a win-win.
After his mother passed away in 2014, Hill inherited the role of family historian — and the sense of responsibility that comes with it.
As she closes in on graduation, Tapp talks about why she’s drawn to one of the most intense career choices in the health and human services field.
The Health and Human Services department debuted several new classes this semester. We drop in on a new intro course that’s putting students in control of their own health
We’re living in an era of unprecedented specialization in the health fields. But can we create better healthcare professionals by teaching them to think like a team?
What does a typical day look like for non-traditional student Heather Wege? Anything but typical.
Through this UM-Dearborn-led program, partners from across the state show local youth how to collect and present research when advocating for cleaner air, healthier communities.
Starting this fall, HHS now will offer students a single nimble major with three professionally focused concentrations.
Associate Professor Anda Botoseneanu’s recent research reveals why some combinations of chronic diseases can be particularly dangerous.
Watters started a full-time position as director of youth and family development at Joy-Southfield Community Development Corporation in January.
UM-Dearborn faculty, staff and students are helping the Healthy Dearborn coalition take on its biggest challenge yet: tackling the city’s health disparities.
Social Work Assistant Professor Jessica Camp is calling for a paradigm shift in how we support those with mental illnesses